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  • Amusement and Theme Parks (2)
    1. Jerilderie Steam Rail and Heritage Club Inc Jerilderie Steam Rail and Heritage Club has a mini rail seven and a quarter inch gauge that is run by an enthusiastic group of volunteers continually adding to the mini rail area on the banks of the Billabong Creek behind the Visitor Information Centre. The 1.9 kilometre track includes a mini station, a bridge and tunnel meandering through the gum trees. There is fun for the young and the young at heart with steam and diesel engines. The Mini Railway holds running days on the second Sunday of each month (weather permitting). During the summer months there is twilight running also.
    2. Jump n Putt Jump n Putt is the Riverina's only indoor and air-conditioned trampoline park and mini golf course. Jump n Putt is the healthy and fun way to enjoy some spare time, hang out with friends or bond during a corporate party.
  • Dining and Eating Out (12)
    1. Ajanta Cafe Ajanta is an amazing shop and cafe in Coolamon, full of fascinating objects for sale and serving great tea, coffee and cakes. There is plenty of seating for a friendly gathering or a catch up over a cup of coffee.
    2. Barmedman Hotel The historic Barmedman Hotel has eight rooms for accommodation and great meals for lunch and dinner from Tuesday to Sunday. They cater for parties and functions, have great beer and service, as well as EFTPOS, a pool table and juke box.
    3. Bethungra Old School T-House After two years in the pipeline, Gaylene and Garry Crabtree proudly opened the Bethungra T-House in February, 2012 to a crowd of nearly 300.
    4. Botanic Gardens Wagga Wagga Located at the base of Willans Hill, the Wagga Wagga Botanic Gardens are set over eight hectares.
    5. Central Hotel Ungarie The Central Hotel Ungarie offers great food and entertainment. Join in the Karaoke Night on Thursday evenings, or join in Happy Hour every weekday from 5pm to 7pm. Sunday Brunch is not to be missed when they serve up your favourite Sunday roast between 11am and 3pm.
    6. Cottontails on The Ridge Cottontails on the Ridge is the Riverina's newest and most exclusive restaurant, winery and function centre.
    7. Ganmain Providore The Ganmain Providore is a gorgeous place to bring your favourite people for amazing coffee and delicious cake. They cater for private functions/events and ensure it is perfect for you. Book them for your next celebration!
    8. Mirrool Royal Hotel The Historic Mirrool Royal Hotel was built between 1913 and 1916 and opened in 1917 and is located 47 kilometres south of West Wyalong and 90 kilometres to the North from Narrandera on the Newell Highway.
    9. Quinty Cake and Bakehouse Come and experience the real thing. Quinty Cake and Bakehouse make all their own breads, gelato, and gourmet pies from scratch, where each ingredient is added one by one. You can watch their bakers and pastry cooks in action. Built in the early 1900s, this building is not only a town landmark, but has been totally restored to its former old world charm with typical old Australian ambience.
    10. Royal Hotel Weethalle Weethalle is a small farming town on the Mid Western Highway, 57 kilometres west of West Wyalong.
    11. Tallimba Hotel Tallimba is a town in the Bland Shire 34 kilometres from West Wyalong.
    12. The Dog on the Tucker Box Since 1932 the Dog has sat beside the Hume Highway, a favourite stopping place for thousands of travellers. Originally set up to assist Gundagai Hospital, today the Dog still helps the hospital's vital work with the monies from its wishing well and royalties from some souvenirs. Over the decades it has been celebrated in song and story, and faithfully commemorates the efforts of the European pioneers who settled the region.
  • Entertainment (4)
    1. Laser Tag Wagga For your experience at Laser Tag your game will be played in a fluorescent three level arena, famous for losing people in its tricky corridors! Music is pounding into the arena and your enemy are everywhere! The game itself can be played as either a solo free-for-all, or as a strategic team game.
    2. Project Paintball For the ultimate day with your mates look no further. Six fields, endless scenarios and action packed. Suit up and enjoy a round of action packed, fast paced paintballing. Why not book your next birthday party, bucks/hens parties, Christmas Party or corporate team building?
    3. Roxy Theatre Leeton The Roxy in Leeton is an art deco building and was opened in 1930 as a cinema and a stage was added in 1933. The Roxy film screen is one of the largest roll-up mechanised screens in Australia measuring approximately 16 metres wide by 8 metres high.
    4. Royal Hotel West Wyalong The Royal Hotel located in West Wyalong has recently undergone a major restoration to bring the hotel, established in 1914, back to its former glory.
  • Farming, Food and Produce (12)
    1. Borambola Wines Borambola Wines offer their outstanding, award winning vintages from their Chardonnay, Shiraz and Cabernet Sauvignon varieties.
    2. Calabria Family Wines Calabria Family Wines Cellar Door is the star winery of the Riverina region and is a must visit destination while you are in town.
    3. Catania Fruit Salad Farm When visiting Griffith, Catania Farm is a must. See how wonderful life is in this irrigation area.
    4. Charles Sturt University Winery Wagga Wagga A producer of premium varietal table wines in Wagga Wagga, The Charles Sturt University Winery is an integral part of Australia's leading wine science school and is at the forefront of viticultural practices and wine making techniques.
    5. Country High Tea At Country High Tea their belief is that drinking tea is one of nature's pleasures and an indulgence that everyone deserves.
    6. Eunonyhareenyha Winery Eunonyhareenyha Winery is a boutique family owned and run winery situated in the beautiful Eunony Valley just 8.5 kilometres from Wagga Wagga, the largest inland city in New South Wales. Tasting and sales are through the cellar door.
    7. Junee Licorice and Chocolate Factory The Junee Licorice and Chocolate Factory is located at Green Grove where they use organic Belgian chocolate to produce their chocolate.
    8. Kaybunda Lavender Farm Kaybunda Lavender Farm is currently closed for extensive renovations and will re-open in late 2014.
    9. Knights Meats and Deli Knights Meats and Deli is a family owned food providore in Wagga Wagga. A landmark local business for over 40 years, they love sourcing the best gourmet ingredients from the Riverina, Australia and beyond. With over 30 suppliers from within a 100 mile radius of Wagga Wagga, Knights Meats and Deli is the best place to access a large range of quality produce and taste a selection of the unique flavours that the Riverina has to offer. They also supply the region's biggest range of Australian and international artisan cheese and gourmet goods in which to indulge throughout your stay.
    10. Oaklands Vintage Machinery Museum If all things machinery are your passion or if you just love the local history, a visit to the Oaklands Vintage Machinery Museum is a must! With an eclectic and fascinating collection of vintage machinery and free admission all year round, you won't want to miss a tour. For more details or a guided tour of the museum contact Peter Kerr on the number supplied.
    11. Rustique Lavender Farm Why not take a leisurely 30 minute drive from Wagga Wagga to Rustique Lavender Farm, where you can surround yourself with the calming and relaxing atmosphere of Lavender.
    12. Shear Outback the Australian Shearers Hall of Fame Shearers enjoy legendary status in Australia, and links to Australia's vibrant and colourful shearing culture are prevalent in our contemporary life. Shear Outback is an innovative and exciting interpretative centre devoted to those colourful characters of the bush.
  • Galleries, Museums and Collections (20)
    1. Barellan Museum The Barellan Museum was created to preserve local history. As amateur historians, the Barellan Museum Committee have created these displays to the best of their knowledge and ability and trust that this will be a memorable journey through days for old, for young and old alike, keeping the country spirit alive.
    2. Bradmans Birthplace Cootamundra Granny Scholz, the mid-wife who delivered "The greatest batsman the world has ever known" Sir Donald Bradman on 27th August 1908, operated a small private hospital in the front room of the building at 89 Adams Street.
    3. Doing the Bolt Doing the Bolt is an exhibition of convicts and bushrangers. There is an extensive collection of exact replicas and originals including: 30 story boards and banners detailing the life of bushrangers and convicts, pistols and guns flag flown at Eureka Rebellion, Cat 'o nine tails and whipping post, shackles and locks and much more.
    4. Doris Golder Wool Art Gallery Doris Golder is a renowned local artist whose rural paintbox consists of one of Lockhart Shire's most historical and important resources - wool.
    5. Dunera Museum at Hay Railway Station- Hay Prisoner of War and Internment Camps Interpretive Centre Dunera Museum - The Hay Internment and Prisoner of War (POW) Camps Interpretive Centre was established in 1999 in air-conditioned carriages at the Hay Railway Station circa 1882. (NSW Heritage listed).
    6. Green Corridor Walking Track Joining the townships of Wyalong and West Wyalong, the walking/bike track journeys past interesting outdoor art, several parks with barbecue facilities and play equipment and Holland Park Pool. The walking track also takes in the Wetlands and boardwalk.
    7. Green's Gunyah Museum The enthralling Green's Gunyah Museum is situated in the main street of Lockhart. Run by the Lockhart and District Historical Society, the museum operates the local Visitor Information Centre.
    8. Griffith Italian Museum Griffith's Italian heritage is immortalised in the Griffith Italian Museum, which is located within the Pioneer Park Museum grounds.
    9. Gundagai Heritage Railway Gundagai railway station is a New South Wales State Heritage-listed timber station dating from 1886. The station closed in 1984 and since 1992 has been restored into a tourist attraction which sees local and international tourists come to visit.
    10. Gundagai Historic Museum Those interested in history will find the Gundagai Historical Museum fascinating. It is a treasure trove of memorabilia, with displays of pioneer life, bushrangers and even Phar Lap's saddlecloth.
    11. Junee Railway Roundhouse When officially opened in September 1947, the New South Wales Government Railways claimed it was the "largest roundhouse in the southern hemisphere".
    12. Modern Warfare History Collection The Modern Warfare History Collection is a collection of scaled military material - a combination of die cast and plastic kits of wartime armaments showing the evolution of modern warfare armaments from World War One through to the current war on terror.
    13. Museum of The Riverina The Museum of The Riverina is housed in the Historic Council Chambers building which was built in 1881. The Historic Council Chambers is host to a variety of travelling exhibitions.
    14. National Art Glass Collection The National Art Glass Gallery houses a world class, nationally significant collection of contemporary art glass, featuring approximately 400 pieces. As well as displaying the National Art Glass Collection, the gallery also exhibits a number of curated exhibitions which feature well known Australian and international glass artists throughout the year.
    15. Parkside Cottage Museum The Parkside Cottage Museum situated in a century-old building was established in 1968 and holds some extremely important items. These include; a first-rate yesteryear Telecom equipment display, a set of silver ingots marking 1,000 years of monarchy, an extensive and valuable worldwide collection of shells. The celebrated scarlet coloured merino cloak is also on display and is the only one of its kind in the world, made from the first bale of wool sent to England by the Macarthur family in 1816.
    16. RAAF Wagga Heritage Centre The RAAF Wagga Heritage Centre showcases Air Force history, along with representing the significant involvement of the RAAF in the Riverina Region of New South Wales. The static aircraft display next to the Heritage Centre, represents over 50 years of RAAF flying history and are completely accessible for the public to view and photograph.
    17. Rusconi Marble Masterpiece The Marble Masterpiece was created by the dexterous hands of the late Frank Rusconi and represents 28 years of work by this master craftsman.
    18. Sandhills Artefacts Inspired by his father, an expert craftsman of boomerangs for hunting and throwing, Michael Lyons inherited the skills and patience to perfect the art of making boomerangs and artefacts with earthy colours and traditional designs.
    19. Steam and Vintage Museum Wagga Wagga's Steam and Vintage Museum displays a magnificant array of engines, all working. There are shearing and threshing machines, and all types of stationary engines. They are open to the public on the same days as the Society of Model Engineers run the miniature trains.
    20. Temora Aviation Museum The Temora Aviation Museum has one of the world's finest collections of flying historic aircraft. Established in 1999 the Museum collection includes the only two flying Spitfires in Australia as well as the only flying Gloster Meteor F.8, Boomerang and Hudson Bomber in the world, the only Canberra bomber and the oldest flying Tiger Moth in Australia. The Museum also features air-conditioned display buildings and hangars, allowing close up inspection of the aircraft, mezzanine level overlooking the engineering hangar, landscaped garden, picnic areas, an aviation themed children's playground and a theatrette. The Museum holds Aircraft Showcase on the first and third Saturday of most months where the aircraft take to the sky, accompanied by commentary and music. Warbirds Downunder is a large biennial airshow which displays Warbird aircraft from all over the country.
  • Historical Sites and Heritage Locations (20)
    1. Antique Corner and Objects De Art A beautiful historical home named "Yo Merry", is the site of Antique Corner and Objects D'art. Delightfully restored and set in a spacious garden area.
    2. Ariah Park 1920s Heritage Village Step back in time and enjoy a self-guided tour of this well maintained village established at the beginning of the twentieth century. A free 32 page booklet provides the history and stories of buildings within the village, the story of the original settlement at Broken Dam and explains the connection of Dame Mary Gilmore to the area.
    3. Bethungra Rail Spiral An engineering feat constructed in the 1940s to allow rail engines to negotiate the steep slope. The Bethungra Spiral on the Sydney to Melbourne line, goes through two tunnels and over the top of the hill, through a big cutting at the spur.
    4. Big Guitar Narrandera's Big Playable Guitar is on display at the Narrandera Visitor Information Centre.
    5. Bishop's Lodge Historic House and Heritage Rose Garden Bishop's Lodge is an 1888 iron house designed by architect John Sulman and Sydney Linton, the Bishop of the Riverina to combat the region's extreme climate. The building is surrounded by an historic garden, featuring a remarkable collection of heritage roses, many of which are unique to the garden.
    6. Broadway Museum The Broadway Museum is home of the Junee and District Historical Society.
    7. Bundidgerry Walking Track The track consists of three loops - the short loop (three kilometres), Lake Talbot loop (seven kilometres) and the Murrumbidgee loop (11 kilometres) and follows a scenic route around Lake Talbot and the majestic Murrumbidgee River.
    8. Galore Hill Nature Reserve Situated just off the Sturt Highway between Narrandera and Wagga Wagga, and only 13 kilometres from Lockhart, Galore Hill is an impressive landmark that covers over 500 hectares of thriving bushland.
    9. Gold Trails In an extraordinary period from 1851 onwards, people rushed to make their fortunes on a series of goldfields that were discovered in NSW.
    10. Hay Heritage Walk The Hay Heritage Walk is situated in a one block precinct of the Hay Visitor's Centre in Moppett Street, call in for a map of the walk and details.
    11. Hazeldean at Ariah Park Step back in time and visit "Hazeldean" Quandary 14 kilometres east of Ariah Park, a fifth-generation family farm. Take a guided tour of the Pioneers Cottage housing family and household memorabilia dating back to the late 1800s and see the collection of horse drawn farming equipment, carts and sulkies.
    12. Hermits Caves and Lookout Hermits Cave is situated to the left and down a path below the former Sir Dudley de Chair's Lookout - now named the Hermits Cave Lookout.
    13. Historic Bridges of Gundagai The landscape at Gundagai is dominated by four bridges spanning the Murrumbidgee flats: the historic Prince Alfred Bridge, the timber Railway Bridge, and now the dual Sheahan bridges of the Hume Highway.
    14. John O'Brien Commemorative Wall In the foreground of Saint Mel's Catholic Church, the commemorative wall recognises the Poet-Priest John O'Brien of 'Around the Boree Log' fame.
    15. Monte Cristo Historic Homestead The finest colonial mansion in the Riverina and South West New South Wales, Monte Cristo was built in 1884, and is faithfully restored and furnished in the high Victorian era circa 1840 to 1900.
    16. Narrandera Rail Bridge The two-span continuous bridge at Narrandera was designed by John Flower, an eminent British consulting engineer. The design is one commonly seen in British colonies.
    17. NSW Modern Mining Trail The Modern Mining Trail is a self drive tourism experience that takes visitors on a journey to see the world class gold and copper mines where advanced technology and a pursuit of excellence has enabled NSW to be on the world map in mining.
    18. Royal Doulton Hankinson Memorial Fountain The Hankinson Memorial Fountain is a ceramic fountain created by Royal Doulton. It is located in Narrandera within the Memorial Gardens East Street and Victoria Avenue. There are only two of these fountains known to be in existence, the other one being in Pakistan.
    19. Sturt Memorial Captain Charles Sturt's passage through Narrandera on 12 December 1829 is recorded on a memorial where the explorer's party passed on their epic journey along the Murrumbidgee River.
    20. The Old Gundagai Gaol Entertaining and informative self-guided audio tours of this newly opened heritage site are now available daily (hire a player, headphones and pick up the key from the Visitor Information and Travel Centre).
  • Landmarks and Buildings (4)
    1. Barellans Big Tennis Racquet The "Big Tennis Racquet" erected in the Evonne Goolagong Park, Yapunyah Street, Barellan, was unveiled in October 2009, during the Barellan Centenary celebrations as a tribute to the former Barellan local and great Australian tennis player, Evonne Goolagong Cawley. The completed racquet is an exact 20:1 scale model of Evonne's battered wooden signature Dunlop racquet.
    2. Douglas DC3 Dakota The DC3 is located in Lions Park on the junction of the Newell and Mid Western Highway's, West Wyalong. Built in 1943 in Oklahoma City, the plane was donated to the West Wyalong Lions Club.
    3. Morundah Horse Sculpture Take the short trip out to Morundah and check out the unique Horse Sculpture created by renowned local artist Andrew Whitehead. Come and take a close look at all the finer details and admire this one of a kind, handmade piece of art representing the famous Australian Horse Racing Industry. It's well worth the drive.
    4. The Big Spider Everyone has heard of The Big Banana, The Big Merino, even The Big Tennis Racquet. Now there's another 'big thing' to add to the list. The world's largest spider sits atop of the Urana water tower, peeping down on all those who visit. Designed and built by local artist Andrew Whitehead, it must be seen to be believed.
  • Natural Attractions (13)
    1. Barmedman Mineral Pool Barmedman Mineral Pool is a large therapeutic pool that is said to ease aches and pains due to the high mineral content. The pool is fed by an underground stream and is surrounded by shady grassed areas.
    2. Fivebough Wetlands Fivebough Wetlands are located near Leeton in the Riverina region of New South Wales. Fivebough Swamp is two kilometres north-east of Leeton. This venue also hosts the internationally recognised Australian Bird Fair held annually in September.
    3. Gogeldrie Weir Gogeldrie Weir is a major irrigation structure located on the banks of the Murrumbidgee River and is the principal water diversion point for the Coleambally irrigation area, as well as providing supplementary supplies of water to the Murrumbidgee Irrigation Areas.
    4. Hay Sunset Viewing Area The Hay Sunset Viewing Area is a must for the artist, photographer or those who have never seen a real sunset. Unhindered by tall buildings or smog, the traveller can delight in the magnificence of the sun going down. The full spectrum of colours is present as the sun sets over the plains.
    5. John Lake Centre - Narrandera Fisheries Centre The John Lake Centre features an aquarium with many fish species of the Murray Darling system in particular the icon of the river system, the mighty Murray Cod.
    6. Kindra Forest The Kindra State Forest is located in Coolamon and is made up of 52 hectares of remnant bushland. The Forest contains a number of walking tracks that will lead you on a trail of discovery, taking in the flora and fauna of the Forest, seating and viewing areas, picnic spots and interperative signage to help you discover the area.
    7. Lake Cowal Lake Cowal is New South Wales' largest natural inland lake at approximately 21 kilometres long and 9.5 kilometres wide with an average depth of around 2.5 metres and covering an area of over 13,000 hectares when full.
    8. Lake Talbot and Lake Talbot Lookout The Lake Talbot Lookout provides a scenic view of Lake Talbot, the main irrigation canal, and the surrounding nature reserve. Walking tracks commence from the lookout and continue around the lake. Lake Talbot itself is an artificial lake, located only 1.5 kilometres from the town centre, which is ideal for boating, canoeing and water skiing. The lake adjoins the Lake Talbot swimming complex and Lake Talbot Caravan Park.
    9. McCaughey Bicentennial Park McCaughey Bicentennial Park is an original natural spring fed waterhole, which existed as part of North Yanco Station - one of the pastoral holdings owned by the late Sir Samuel McCaughey. The waterhole was used for sheep brought in for shearing at the shearing shed, then located in front of the present Powerhouse building.
    10. Mia Forest Drives Narrandera The NSW Forestry Commission has established interesting drives throughout the beautiful red gum forest areas.
    11. Narrandera Wetlands This man made wetland recycles storm water from the town. The aim of the Narrandera Wetlands is to receive the town's stormwater and through various physical and biological treatment processes, improve the quality of the water entering the Murrumbidgee River, whilst providing a haven for waterbirds and associated flora and fauna.
    12. PS Wagga Wagga The Paddle Steamer Wagga Wagga was the last of the Murrumbidgee paddle steamers. It spent forty years servicing the waterways between Mildura and Wagga Wagga carting timer, wool and provisions. In 1918 it sprang a leak and was run aground on a sandbar and left to rot. Use the viewing platform to see it. Only visible when water levels are low.
    13. State Forests, Reserves and National Park in West Wyalong and the Bland Shire West Wyalong and the Bland Shire has twenty five State Forests, Reserves and a National Park. The State Forests, Reserves and a National Park offers an abundance of wildlife and many bushwalking and cycling tracks.
  • Parks and Gardens (2)
    1. Dad, Dave, Mum and Mabel These statues are a tribute to Steele Rudd's famous 'Snake Gully' characters - Dad, Dave, Mum and Mabel. This life size family has been immortalised in copper by sculptor Aurel Ragus.
    2. Lake Talbot Swimming Complex A shady lawn-covered amphitheatre surrounds three large swimming pools and a toddlers pool. A water slide, rampage slide and children's playground as well a kiosk and coin operated barbecues add to the amenity of this oasis at the edge of Lake Talbot.
  • Scenic Drives and Walks (1)
    1. Koala Spotting Regeneration Reserve The Koala Reserve in the river red gum forest on the edge of town is a haven for Koalas, with offspring of several pairs reintroduced in the 1970s. Walk the reserve to find the iconic marsupial.
  • Shopping (1)
    1. Gourmet Soap Kitchen At the Gourmet Soap Kitchen they use the best ingredients sourced directly from local farmers. Products are made at their showroom and workshop and you may have the opportunity to watch them make their products.
  • Sports and Recreation Facilities (4)
    1. Holland Park Swimming Pool Great Olympic 50 metre swimming pool, beautiful water quality, water slide, diving boards, barbecues and kids play pool making it for a great day out and an excellent place to call in and visit whilst travelling on the Newell or Midwestern Highways or Goldfields Way. The kids play pool is covered with shade cloth for excellent protection from the sun.
    2. Narrandera Golf Course This is listed as one of the best golf courses by Golf Digest. A magnificent 18-hole course set within a cypress pine forest.
    3. Noahs Ark Indoor Play Centre Noah's Ark Play Centre Wagga Wagga is a children's play centre providing a play and party location for all children under 12 years of age.
    4. Oasis Regional Aquatic Centre Experience the seaside inside!
  • Wineries, Vineyards and Breweries (1)
    1. Houlaghans Valley Wines The Houlaghans Valley Vineyard is situated on a gravel ridge in the Junee area overlooking the creek and valley that commemorates the early explorer-surveyor who assisted in mapping out the Queensland to Melbourne cattle route and the rich gold discoveries at Junee Reefs, Sebastapol and Temora.
  • Zoos, Sanctuaries, Aquariums and Wildlife Parks (1)
    1. Bird Watching Join the many birdwatchers and twitchers who seek out the 200 plus bird species found in this region, and enjoy discovering the varied sites and habitats on offer. Narrandera Shire has 13 informal bird watching sites and a number of state forests. Bird guides, lists, and other information is available at the Visitor's Centre.


  • Exhibitions and Shows (2)
    1. Bald Archy Prize Exhibition *** Latest event details are yet to be confirmed *** The Bald Archy Prize Exhibition is a humourous spoof of the famous Archibald Prize. Well known artists have fun characterising well known identities from Australia and around the world. In its 20th year it is one of Australia's most popular art exhibitions and should not be missed.
    2. Deniliquin Ute Muster Play on the Plains Festival The Award Winning Deni Ute Muster Play on the Plains Festival celebrates all things Australian and the icon of the ute.
  • Festivals and Celebrations (2)
    1. Deni Blues and Roots Festival *** Latest event details are yet to be confirmed *** The Deni Blues and Roots Festival is a two day music festival held in Deniliquin NSW at Easter each year featuring international and local artists.
    2. Deni Matchmaker Festival Deniliquin Matchmakers Festival is a singles festival in country NSW. Run for three years, the event is an intimate weekend for singles aged 25 years and over and includes a range of activities to get you mingling with singles from around Australia.
  • Sporting Events (1)
    1. Deniliquin Fishing Classic *** Latest event details are yet to be confirmed *** Deniliquin fishing classic takes place on the beautiful Edward River at Deniliquin. Fishing from the bank or from your boat, join 2000 anglers competing to catch the elusive but amazing Murray Cod or Yellow Belly. This is fun for the whole family and you could win any one of four boat packages. This is a catch and release event and is super fun for anglers of all ages.


  • Full Day (2)
    1. Belisi Equine Park Belisi (meaning ''peaceful'' in Tok Pisin - one of the three national languages of Papua New Guinea) is a 50 acre farm located on Oura Road, 11 kilometre's from North Wagga. The Equine Park is nestled in a lovely rural setting 15 minutes drive from Wagga's central business district and Charles Sturt University.
    2. Historic Gundagai Coach Tour Spend a day in Historic Gundagai. Your fully guided tour starts with a delicious morning tea, then takes in the Rotary Lookout, Prince Alfred Bridge (built in 1866) and Gundagai Railway Station. The Gabriel Gallery, which houses a collection of photographs (1887-1927) printed from glass negatives, will be the last stop before lunch.
  • Half Day (3)
    1. Bush Tucker Trail Walk along the banks of the Billabong Creek beginning at the Steel Wings in Luke Park and be tempted by the tucker plants along the track. Jerilderie provides an oasis to all travellers and there is no better place to start than at beautiful Jerilderie Lake, a shared pathway gives you a walk around the lake known to locals as Horgan Walk.
    2. Junee Heritage Tours Pastoralists first took up holdings around the Junee area in 1845, but it was not until the railway arrived later in the century that the town developed. The original village, Jewnee gazetted in 1863, was on the site of a stock run. In 1878 the southern railway was extended to a centre about four miles east of Jewnee and so Junee begins. In 1883 the settlement was proclaimed as the village of Loftus, though two years later this name was changed to Junee. By 1886 Junee boasted six hotels and twelve stores among its assortment of buildings, a reflection of the town's rapid development.
    3. Narrandera Flora and Fauna Reserve Nature Tour The Narrandera Flora and Fauna Reserve is a River Red Gum community on 479 hectares and adjacent to the Narrandera Township, the Murrumbidgee River and the Narrandera Koala Reserve.

Visitor Information

BIG4 Deniliquin Holiday Park

Lot 100, Ochtertyre Street,
Deniliquin, 2710,

Freecall: 1800 227 217

Tel: 03 5881 1131

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